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Event date: Wednesday, June 27, 2012, from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM Location: Galbraith Building, Room 202 | Michael E. Charles Council Chamber (35 St. George Street)
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Please note that this workshop will conclude at 4:30 PM. We have extended the day's schedule from its original conclusion at 3 PM to offer a more content-rich experience and better facilitation. We hope this does not impact your ability to participate. The Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead) welcomes you to the fourth annual Summer Leadership Institute, a professional development opportunity designed to maximize learning in an interactive and collegial environment. This year we are delivering Intercultural Leadership: Tools for teaching, learning and research in intercultural environments.
To examine how culture and diversity influence approaches to teaching, learning, research and team work, this workshop will provide the following:
Indy Batth is the Assistant Director of ILead at University of Toronto Engineering. Her educational background includes an M.A. in Education and a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching. She has extensive experience facilitating individual and group learning, intercultural communication, diversity and social change, and strategic program and leadership development. Indy is Past President of Society of Intercultural Education, Training and Research, BC Chapter (SIETAR-BC). Rita Wuebbeler is an independent facilitator and leadership coach with over 20 years of consulting and training experience in North America, Europe and Asia (www.interglobeweb.net/). She is a Senior Facilitator of Personal Leadership Seminars (www.plseminars.com) and also teaches cultural competence programs to individuals and groups, especially in the health care sector, and conducts team optimization workshops for intact teams. Rita plays an active role in her professional association, the Society of Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR) as an advisory board member and mentor.
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